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If there are ghost(s) here I believe that they are here to watch over us and not to bother us.
Submitted by Wyoghost
Categories: parade, fort, university, cats, noises
Upon visiting the territorial prison I felt a heaviness on my shoulders when entering the unrestored cell part just before going upstairs to the dining room for the prisoners. When I left that room the heaviness went away noticeably.
When I revisited the prison with my sister who was in town I did not have such a feeling again. At first I thought it was my purse on my shoulder at the time but it seemed that the heaviness just came upon me spontaneously and left the same way.
Submitted by anonymous |
Have you ever heard of the conductors house near the railroad? The Laramie ghost tours will tell you about it's western gun fight history but they mask the very frightening truth about the conductor who retired from the railroad and sat up in his house staring out the window watching the trains go by.
Being the only house around at the time he grew lonely and legend has it began practicing with a Ouija board. Scary stuff in that house. It's boarded up for a reason stay out. Sometimes if you're as unfortunate as I was you'll see him knock the board out of his bedroom window and sit back in his chair.
Submitted by Zach
Comment by Alysha: I find this story very interesting. I was wondering if you by chance know about where it is located.
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